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language and intelligence
« on: 21/04/2005 02:13:07 »
language and intelligence

There are many sense depending on who you listen to, but the main ones are


But there is still a big one missing,

A sense of thought,

Why do I say a sense of thought? Because our thoughts are our sense of experience, our knowledge what we know, we see we think we smell we think we hear we think, our sense of what our senses mean to us

Our thoughts come to us like our vision/senses do, they sense what we already know to the current situation so we imagine or dream about and also worry about, they come to use in vision in feeling and in words in our minds

our minds are quantum and our bodies are physical, we move physically in the world, we speak by moving muscles to vibrate sound,

“but our minds are quantum”

so we are transferring thoughts to physical movement,

“a skill”

“a change in conformation/shape of our body structure
to make sound, a motion to create the sounds we speak with”

as we think we even think in these words learning their sounds in our minds as if we had spoke, the problem is with motion is it takes time, so to move our vocal cords, the breathing changes, the complex movements of mouth and tongue to co-ordinate to form our language,

“takes times”

like I have to explain it to you, 30 seconds, 10 seconds, 1 second,


but we are thinking mimicking a skill, when we first learn to talk then read we read out loud, we talk out loud, but soon we learn to talk internally, we are using our spoken language to think internally, repeating the words, but speech takes time, time we shouldn’t have to use in the quantum worlds of our minds, we slow ourselves down to speak to understand. so why can’t we think in patterns not skills?

The only thing stopping us is we don’t have a language of patterns to think in,

(this is work in progress by me and others)

Speak our words and think in patterns
be as intelligent as we want to be?

what is intelligence?

your future, you look into your future, you might not have a lot of hope, either to have a future you would like or have the means to have the future you would like, you may see bleak

“but do you not see that you see”

your seeing into the future, your predicting your future you see, this is power of our minds, it’s accessing the program to best suit our environment which is the problem not being unintelligent, it’s how you use it’

well this is quite simple really it’s all about how you remember objects and how you use your head to problem solve.

see Einstein and Tesla both worked with patents, they learned there objects and how they interacted,

“components and their function/personality”

like you learn about people and what they do, Einstein and Tesla learned about science in component form. and working with patents they studied real life science that worked and functioned, because if it didn’t the patents weren’t granted. in the case of Einstein this was his job, and Tesla well he took the new sciences and wrote them himself to invent things that are used to this day,

so you have to picture all your objects and their function in your mind, like you get to know a person to predict their behaviour. learning the behaviour of your objects is part of you key to your intelligence.

problem solving,

it’s all very well knowing all this information but how do we use to solve our problems?

well basically we have to turn it into a fairytale,

(note: ridiculous you may think but it’s simply mimicking how we function socially everyone uses to survive, this is an amazingly powerful process in hiding that we use everyday without realising where our ideas/delusions come from)
we change the personalities in our thoughts to solve the problems by making goodies and baddies out of our components, like we do in real life as we change our opinion of people after their actions, we do this in our minds with our problems we wish to solve,

"in my writing i say schizophrenia is the key, not only to understanding psychology but understanding life and the mind as well, including quantum mechanics as people such as Sir Roger Penrose and their concept of a quantum mind. i go a step further and hypothesise quantum whole life (holistic) but this process acts the strangest with schizophrenia. people associated can have great learning ability, skills and intelligence, it is a mystery to be solved and along with it many  answers and clues in all other fields of science, especially quantum mechanics and life, so i make schizophrenia my target, i change it's personality from "a disease" to "schizophrenia is the key" this wishing my intelligence to go find out and find what i need to know and to find out, by following my feelings/intuition/creativity, and i find a process and although i couldn't sit here and proove to a skeptic it';s works, anyone can see the logic and try it them selves, and besides if i'm wrong i just try again with a different "key" not like i haven't learnt anything, sound familier? to play and try again. write my reality over again"

(note: and in fact this is how children learn language, they identify objects and add sounds to them as they try map out their world in this new language, the question to be asked is what is the language they identify objects with before they understand language because they definitely do, this probably leads back to the language of patterns before. this begs the questions that surely this intelligence is there before we teach our children language and that language should be taught by a method to maximise your childs potential, again this is being worked upon now by myself and others)

(note: this language is also the language that highly autistic children exist in, and from the rare savants ie “rainman for an example” there is great intelligence here to be found, but more importantly a route to communicating and teaching these children to improve their quality of life. these language is also at the core of people like Derren Brown’s ability, science ignore? I say you’d be stupid to, and condemning certain unfortunate people, ie schiz/autism to possible treatment that is totally unavailable at present, very wrong to ignore as I have personal experience with friends I know. one can hope science opens it eyes to the reality i am slowly presenting to you)

“righty back to write my reality over again”



those who have eyes to see let them see,
ignore but you’d be stupid to,
and besides not like you can't
go try yourself :)

“what you don’t want your son/daughter, you, to be a genius”

and to quote einstein himself:

"if you can't explain a theory to
child it's probably wrong"
« Last Edit: 21/04/2005 13:37:52 by ebzZzZ »


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Re: language and intelligence
« Reply #1 on: 21/04/2005 11:41:51 »

or to write in my scientific shorthand:

scientific approach

ok, we have a non-deterministic turing machine of sorts that solves wishes/instructions by a belief the wish/instruction can be solved using feeling to guide the input system/senses to the component information required in object/identities with their function/personalities/ and how these objects would behave in different realities/memories/scenarios,

“past recollection and future prediction”

“how object/components would react in a certain situation/reality”

“create the objects and daydream the situation they are in and ask questions”

ie construct daydreams with the “environment” in which the “components” and their “relationships”  will form a “motion”
through time. now this can be used for real situations but it can also be used for “imaginary” situations for problem solving purposes, using the quantum computation power of our daydreams/thought process. data is input in the forms of objects and their functions/personality in as much detail as possible by picturing them in our minds.

so an object functional database should be a basis of learning, so definitions need to be made to be learned for basic objects we use everyday and in the case of languages of motion,

“ie physics/chemistry/biology”

and languages of life,

“ie quantum mechanics”

the definitions of the languages need to be agreed universally so there understanding is translatable to any language

“ie English/French/etc”

further more in addition to our spoken language we can add another ‘tongue’ to our language if we have a universally defined science,

and there you go, it'll make sense soon :)